Now, Aligarh Muslim University students forced to eat vegetarian food, meat goes missing from the menu

Now, Aligarh Muslim University students forced to eat vegetarian food, meat goes missing from the menu

Amid Yogi Adityanath shutting down illegal slaughterhouses, Aligarh Muslim University students are not being served as non-veg food

Amid new Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s crackdown of slaughterhouses across the state, the Aligarh Muslim University students are now reportedly forced to eat vegetarian food as the authorities have removed meat from the menu.

According to the reports, the students are irked after they were served vegetarian food for the last one week. Students of the university have also reported to the Vice Chancellor reporting about the same. Earlier, the students were given non-vegetarian food twice in a week.

The college has however claimed that the students were not being served meat because the prices of the meat were high.

“This is only temporary. We will hold talks with the students. Meat rates are very high and hence we have resorted to this temporary arrangement,” Public relations officer, Omar Peerzada told OneIndia. The authorities have further asserted that the situation has also risen with the meat shop owners going on an indefinite strike adding that out of 9 only 4 shops are working in the area.

Meanwhile, amid the controversy over the ban on illegal slaughterhouses and Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s (VHP) decision to shut down all the meat shops in Uttar Pradesh, Shiv Sena activists in Gurugram (Haryana) today took to the streets closing down all the meat shops till the Navratri ends.
There have also been reports of some meat shops being burned down by unidentified miscreants in Uttar Pradesh. The meat sellers have gone on strike in the state and have urged the Yogi Adityanath government to listen to their demands and help them.
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